By virtue of the Ravens' stunning 33-14 win over the Patriots in Foxborough, Mass. earlier this afternoon, the Jets will get another chance to visit the West Coast.

California, here they come.

"It's onto San Diego for us," Rex Ryan said on a conference call this evening.

Since the Colts are the No. 1 seed, they get the lowest of the remaining two seeds following the conclusion of wild-card weekend and that means they'll welcome the suddenly hot Ravens to Lucas Oil Stadium Saturday night.

So the No. 2 Chargers await a little date with the fourth-seeded Jets Sunday afternoon over on the Left Coast. Should be a dandy and here's quick nugget to chew on as we prepare to chat with Rex Ryan on a conference call in a few minutes.

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The Jets are 1-0 all-time against Chargers in the postseason, having knocked them off 20-17 in the wild-card round on Jan. 8, 2005, which coincidentally was also San Diego. Different round, of course, with this being the divisionals and all. But just something to keep in mind.

As is one more thing: If the Jets and Ravens can both pull upsets next week, that would leave the Jets hosting Baltimore in what would truly be the final game at, gulp, Giants Stadium.